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1885 August 31: Venire facias, commanding the summons of J.S. Bostick, Frank Greer, Ed Shaffer, George Bell, David Jacobs Palmer, Julius Selig, Stoney Griffin, James Mitchett, J.H. Harden, E.B. Bright, Alfred Lax, Abram Hill, Alfred Sox, Joseph Wench, J.W. Adams, H.J. Hays, William Poe, Isaac Kanfwan, Charles Geiger, Charles Finigan, W. Truax, Alfred Coulter, James Day, Obery Ricks, J.H. Hamilton, J.B. Griffing, Abraham Still, Thomas Trotter, Martin Bridges, M.C. Wallace, Felix Helbling, and David Jacobs, jurors; warrants of commitment, U.S. v. William Roach and Thomas Holt, larceny; U.S. v. Sam Leslie, larceny; U.S. v. Isaac Frazier, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. Wal-lis-ka, arson; U.S. v. Richard Carolina and Sam Carolina; U.S. v. George Bighead, retail liquor dealer; U.S. v. Albert Dick, retail liquor dealer; U.S. v. Lou Hampton, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. Dennis Wilson, larceny; U.S. v. Dennis Barrows, larceny; U.S. v. Mark B. Lewis, assault with intent to kill; Ransom Caesar, assault; U.S. v. Lau-tis-kee, introducing spiritous liquor; U.S. v. Wentworth W. Hatfield, cutting timber on U.S. land; U.S. v. James Rowe, introducing and selling spiritous liquor; U.S. v. James White, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Charles Morris, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. George Vann, selling spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Ellis Holland, introducing and selling spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Taylor Prince, introducing and selling spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Frank Reed, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Levi Sterling, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Thomas Terrell, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. George McCall, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. George Reed, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. James Upton, retail liquor dealer; U.S v. Robert Eaton, retail liquor dealer; U.S. v. Tilden Hayes, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. John Bolin, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Harry Wilson, introducing and selling spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Dick Doublehead, introducing and selling spirituous liquor; U.S. v. One Oakshire, introducing and selling spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Albert Dick, introducing and selling spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Sam Mourning, selling liquor to Indians; U.S. v. Walter Mickle, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Taylor Batish, retail liquor dealer

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1885 May-August 31

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Fort Smith, Sebastian County (Ark.)

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MS.000962, Box 12, Folder 6, Item 72

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United States Western District Court of Arkansas records, MS.000962

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Arkansas State Archives

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Item 12_06_072, United States Western District Court of Arkansas records, Arkansas State Archives, Little Rock, Arkansas.

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1885 August 31: Venire facias, commanding the summons of J.S. Bostick, Frank Greer, Ed Shaffer, George Bell, David Jacobs Palmer, Julius Selig, Stoney Griffin, James Mitchett, J.H. Harden, E.B. Bright, Alfred Lax, Abram Hill, Alfred Sox, Joseph Wench, J.W. Adams, H.J. Hays, William Poe, Isaac Kanfwan, Charles Geiger, Charles Finigan, W. Truax, Alfred Coulter, James Day, Obery Ricks, J.H. Hamilton, J.B. Griffing, Abraham Still, Thomas Trotter, Martin Bridges, M.C. Wallace, Felix Helbling, and David Jacobs, jurors; warrants of commitment, U.S. v. William Roach and Thomas Holt, larceny; U.S. v. Sam Leslie, larceny; U.S. v. Isaac Frazier, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. Wal-lis-ka, arson; U.S. v. Richard Carolina and Sam Carolina; U.S. v. George Bighead, retail liquor dealer; U.S. v. Albert Dick, retail liquor dealer; U.S. v. Lou Hampton, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. Dennis Wilson, larceny; U.S. v. Dennis Barrows, larceny; U.S. v. Mark B. Lewis, assault with intent to kill; Ransom Caesar, assault; U.S. v. Lau-tis-kee, introducing spiritous liquor; U.S. v. Wentworth W. Hatfield, cutting timber on U.S. land; U.S. v. James Rowe, introducing and selling spiritous liquor; U.S. v. James White, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Charles Morris, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. George Vann, selling spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Ellis Holland, introducing and selling spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Taylor Prince, introducing and selling spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Frank Reed, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Levi Sterling, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Thomas Terrell, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. George McCall, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. George Reed, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. James Upton, retail liquor dealer; U.S v. Robert Eaton, retail liquor dealer; U.S. v. Tilden Hayes, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. John Bolin, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Harry Wilson, introducing and selling spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Dick Doublehead, introducing and selling spirituous liquor; U.S. v. One Oakshire, introducing and selling spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Albert Dick, introducing and selling spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Sam Mourning, selling liquor to Indians; U.S. v. Walter Mickle, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Taylor Batish, retail liquor dealer

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